Noisemonkey of Subvert Central has compiled a most excellent mix of pretty much all the STU releases by vintage label Lucky Spin. Lucky Spin and it’s main offshoot Deejay Recordings were huge and pioneered what I can only describe as ‘Deep Space Jungle’, DJ Crystl in particular but also Orca (aka Decoder), Slipmaster J, DJ
Outrage of Function Recordings and Backlash fame has concocted this epic 2 hour set from 1990 to 1994, a proper history lesson in the evolution from hardcore to jungle. -download- 1 – Subnation – Scottie – Future Vinyl 003 (1993) 2 – Doc Scott – Drumz VIP – Metalheadz (1996) 3 – DJ Crystl –
Brighton Jungle stalwart Stimpy aka X-Nation with an October 2010 mix of jungle niceness.
DJ Trace (Duncan Hutchinson), is a name that has been around from the early beginnings of jungle. Most appreciated by me for his lush pads and interesting drum construction, Trace released a fair few pieces on wax that will stay in my record collection for ever. Lost Entity was his first solo release on the fairly popular
Been a while since I last put together a little jungle mix, so I dug about and came out with a few deep numbers, mostly that still have that hardcore edge. To download hit the down arrow on the right of the player. Jungle Hardcore Feb 2010 by The Law on Mixcloud 01.. Invisible Man